Hey guys, I'm having some serious problems with my car. When I turn the ignition key on to crank the engine, I get a very loud clicking sound from the starter solenoid on the firewall. I replaced the solenoid, but get the same response out of this one. The starter does not engage, but all the lights work. I am getting power to the solenoid, but when I took the lead that goes to the starter and touched it to the "hot" lead from the battery, it just sparked and did not engage the starter. (should it have?)
I have an MSD 6al box wired in, and the "I" spot on the small post of the solenoid has a red wire from the ignition box to it. It used to also connect to the fuel pump, but I disconnected it for other reasons in the past. Could this even be related?
Any troubleshooting tips would be GREATLY appreciated, and I know alot of you can handle a simple electrical problem from this 'ol beast.
PS - 1967 Mustang, Roller 302, electric holley blue fuel pump, and msd 6al
1967 mustang 302 roller block, x303 cam, twisted wedge heads, performer rpm intake, holley 600, msd 6al, blaster 2 coil, and distributor, holley blue fuel pump
[ This Message was edited by: cward8 on 9/6/03 3:53pm ]